It’s A New Era For Streaming Television

On Friday evening, Netflix announced that it would not be renewing its ’90s-set school comedy Everything Sucks after just one season, and Amazon almost simultaneously revealed that Mozart in the Jungle, which had run for four seasons, would not be returning. The axing of these two shows proves the landscape has changed significantly from just a few years ago, when streaming giants would use a seemingly endless pile of money and keep shows on the air forever.